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Timucua & Yemassee



1562 lithograph of natives collecting gold in streams


  • Barker-Benfield, Simon.  "The Timucua: a civilization that flourished at the river's edge."  Florida-Times Union, Dec. 7, 1997.
    • Vertical file: INDIANS (other)--M-Z. 
  • Griffin, John W. and Hale G. Smith.  "Nocoroco: a Timucua village of 1605 now in Tomoka State Park."  Florida Historical Quarterly, vol. 27, no.4, April 1949, p.340.
    • Vertical file: INDIANS (other)--M-Z.




  • Covington, James W.  "Stuarts town, the Yamassee Indians and Spanish Florida."  Florida Anthropologist, vol 21, n1, (March 1968), p.8. 
  • Covington, James W.  "The Yemassee Indians in Florida."  Florida Anthropologist, vol. 23, n3, September 1970 p. 119. 
  • Rabb, Jack.  "Yemassee Indians along Silver Run."  Ocala Star Banner, July 28, 1983.
    • Vertical file: INDIANS (other)


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